Thursday 8 December 2016

Cookies leading the charge

Daragh Small

Published 28/10/2016 | 02:30

Young Munster are currently third in Division 1A and will be hopeful of pushing further up the table with a win against UCD in Limerick (Stock picture)
Young Munster are currently third in Division 1A and will be hopeful of pushing further up the table with a win against UCD in Limerick (Stock picture)

Young Munster will look to keep the good results flowing when they clash with UCD as the Ulster Bank League Division 1A gets back into action tomorrow at Tom Clifford Park.

  • Go To

Young Munster are leading the charge of the Munster teams in third spot in the top tier after four games with two wins and two defeats. And they will be hopeful of pushing further up the table with a win against the struggling UCD in Limerick.

Garryowen are sixth after the first batch of matches, but their position might be a touch false, considering they are still just four points behind pacesetters Old Belvedere ahead of Trinity's trip to Dooradoyle.

Cork Con are seventh but travel to take on the league leaders at Anglesea Road in another tough game for the Munster outfit.

In Division 1B, UCC clash with Shannon in a massive Munster derby at the Mardyke tomorrow.

UL Bohemians lead the way in the second tier and after their impressive start - they have won all four of their games - they welcome Ballymena to UL.

Dolphin are struggling again this season and they host Buccaneers at Irish Independent Park.

In Division 2A, Highfield and Sunday's Well serve up the Friday night Munster derby fixture at Woodleigh Park. Elsewhere in that division, Cashel host Blackrock, while Nenagh Ormond travel to take on Malone.

In Division 2B, Thomond are away to MU Barnhall and Old Crescent are at home against Bective Rangers.

All the Munster sides are away from home in the bottom tier of the Ulster Bank League. Midleton clash with Bangor, Bruff are on the road against Navan and Kanturk make the journey to take on Tullamore.

Irish Independent

Read More

Promoted articles

Editor's Choice

Also in Sport